First World Problem of the Day: A widespread shortage of popular toast spread Marmite has sent New Zealanders scurrying to find the last remaining containers in a bout of frenzy nicknamed by the press "Marmageddon."
Sanitarium, the snack's manufacturer, was forced to shut down Marmite production last year after its factory in Christchurch was damaged in the earthquake and deemed unsafe.
Since then, supplies have dwindled, and are expected to officially run out next week. Kiwis are reportedly panic-buying the stuff by the crate-load, and exploiters are turning to online auction sites to sell jars at prices hundreds of times the MSRP.
New Zealand prime minister John Key, concerned over the prospect of emptying out his private stash, angered some when he said the shortage may force him to turn to Vegemite, considered by many to be an "inferior" Australian alternative.
Sanitarium, meanwhile, hopes to have production up and running against by July.
Not The Onion of the Day: A Minnesota man recently filed a lawsuit against his uncle for uploading an unflattering Christmas photo to Facebook.
In his harassment suit, Aaron Olson says his uncle posted childhood photos of him on Facebook, and proceeded to add "mean comments" underneath. Among the offending photos: "[Olson] posing in front of
First World Problem of the Day: Just when you thought things couldn't possibly get worse for the Motor City, it was confirmed today that Nickelback will indeed perform during halftime at the Lions-Green Bay game on Thanksgiving Day.
This, despite a petition with over 50,000 signatories asking the halftime show's producers to reconsider for
Frivolous Lawsuit of the Day: In terrifying first for our nation, a Keego Harbor, Michigan woman is suing a film distributor because the movie she watched was not enough like Fast and Furious.
Sarah Deming went to see Nicolas Winding Refn's latest action-drama film Drive in Novi after watching the movie's trailer.
She claims in her lawsuit against Drive's